Ko Olina on the Leeward Coast
Long Term Rentals on Oahu
Sunshine, sand, surf, and leis are all a part of beautiful Hawaii. Commonly referred to as “The Gathering Place,” Oahu truly is a wonderful place to visit as well reside. From Pearl Harbor to the North Shore and the famed Waikiki, Oahu is the place to be.
Welcome to the island of Oahu, the bustling center of Hawaii. Home to the state’s capital city of Honolulu along with other historic and important landmarks, this third-largest inhabited island has more to offer of everything than all of the other islands combined. The multitude of opportunities for shopping, dining, entertainment, as well as professional and government offices draws in the largest number of visitors to the island.
Living in Oahu
Many people think of Hawaii a great place to vacation, but it is also a great place to live. Besides the pleasantly mild temperatures, another fabulous reason to take up residence in Oahu is because it has the lowest unemployment rate at approximately less than 3% of the population. A possible reason for this low rate is the fact that job opportunities are numerous and include everything from labor to government to entrepreneurial.
Hawaii is prepared for families and their education. Oahu has four public school districts and nine complex areas which contain two or three complexes each. A complex contains a high school, regional elementary, and middle schools. With the amount of school districts and campuses, it is important to verify which school district the home you are looking at is in.
Did You Know?
A little-known fact about the state of Hawaii is there are actually 136 islands that make up this tropical piece of the US. Out of the 136, only seven have people living on them. The remaining 129 are small islets, atolls, and coral reefs.
It is believed that Oahu was originally created when two shield volcanoes, which are currently inactive, erupted. The remains of these two extinct volcanoes are visible and known as the Ko’olau and Wai’anae Mountain ranges. These run parallel along the eastern and western coasts of the island.
Home Sweet Home
When considering relocating to Oahu, some may consider a long-term rental versus purchasing. Hawaii has some of the highest closing costs and more expensive home prices, thus minimizing the long-term return on the investment. For those considering relocating from the mainland to the island, choosing a rental could result in less move-in costs and could potentially have some perks.
Professional and Courteous
When looking for a property management company to assist you with locating your next Hawaiian home, look no further than Ola Properties. For over 15 years we have used our professional expertise in a courteous and friendly way to assist homeowners and tenants. Our management of home maintenance and responsiveness to emergency maintenance requests, along with our interactive website, eases the mind of both homeowners and tenants. For a complete listing of our available properties and further information, browse our website or call us today!